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· Shorewood

Selecting the right company for our project was critically important. Our research led us to Twin Cities Siding Professionals, and they were absolutely terrific to work with. They also recommended a vendor to us regarding another construction project - That recommendation was also top-shelf. The... more

Russ B.

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· Mahtomedi

Our overall experience was first class. The workers were responsive to our questions and concerns. I would highly recommend Timberland Exteriors.

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· Burnsville

I have used a multitude of house service providers over my 32 years living in our current home. I would rate Garage Floor Outfitters as my all time favorite! They turned a very poor conditioned garage floor into something I could eat off now!! Cecil and Tony were the technicians I got to observe, an... more

John A.

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· Coon Rapids

John and I were extremely impressed with the care we received from Advantage Construction. We truly did not know where to start after the storm. From the moment I called to get an estimate, Matt was on the job. He walked us through everything we needed to do. Matt was very friendly, knowledgeable,... more

Anyone know about good windows that reflect heat and energy efficent on electric bills? Did check on NT but think they may be cheap windows need a Pro ?
Feb 27, 2018
Windows that have a .28 u factor or. Slightly lower, if installed correctly sealing the perimeter with foam are generally adequate for most homes. They will have low -e and argon normally in the csvit ... read more
Best way to detect a leak in a residential irrigation sprinkler system?
Apr 29, 2014
Hi John,  Turn on your sprinklers for the zone your leak is on and let it run. The area where the leak is will cause the ground around it to be soaked and water logged more so than any other area. The ... read more

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